What time should you wake up each morning? Believe it or not, there are several studies that say getting out of bed early is the key to productivity, energy, and happiness, and people like Mark Wahlberg and Oprah Winfrey do that and preach it.
Sleep is important and it is recommended to have around 8 hours per night to get all its benefits, but it is also important to have a good routine and schedule so that it gives you time to get all the recommended hours, without having to affect the time of waking up. You definitely shouldn’t fall into that pattern of sleeping too late and waking up at 12 o’clock in the day.
Waking up early means you’re going to have time to do everything in the morning without running, you’re not going to be late for work or having to skip breakfast to be able to be at the meeting you had scheduled, and surveys and science say that, if you really want to start the day correctly, then there is a particular time that seems to be the key you need.
What time should you wake up?
The first thing you should know is that the National Sleep Foundation presented a table with the number of hours a person should sleep according to their age. The list includes 9 divisions (including up to newborns and babies) but can be separated into three main groups.
- Adolescents (13-17 years): Optimal hours: from 8 to 10.
- Adults (18-64 years): Optimal hours – 7 to 9.
- Older adults (64+ years): Optimal hours – 7 to 8
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